Let’s face it, every bride and groom wants their wedding day to be absolutely perfect. Everything from the ceremony and the food to the seating arrangements and the band need to go exactly according to plan. Of course, something usually goes wrong on one’s big day. But for those people who thought that their wedding day was absolutely perfect; they might want to give their wedding photo album a closer inspection. You never know – there is always a chance that somebody might’ve had the sudden urge to photobomb one of your cherished moments. Join us as we reveal some of the most outrageous wedding photobombs to have surfaced online in recent memory.
Ain’t No Wedding High Enough
When it comes to photobombs, it’s a matter of perspective. While you might think that one party is getting photobombed, it might actually be the other “person” who is the victim.
It appears that these newlyweds are actually stealing the spotlight from the adorable chipmunk. All he wanted to do was sing his rendition of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” but no. This married couple just needed to get in the way and be the center of attention.
I Now Pronounce You Owl & Wife
It was a huge day for Jacob Owlhead. After gradually being accepted into society, this owl/human hybrid had won the heart of a lucky lady and the day had finally come for them to tie the knot.
After reciting their vows, Jacob carried his bride and flew away. However, there is a small chance that this story is not actually true. Instead, an owl could’ve perfectly obstructed the cameraman’s view of the groom’s head.
Some photobombs, like all pictures, say a thousand words. Exhibit A. You’re the best man at your best friend’s wedding. Amazingly, the person who your best friend is marrying is the first person he’s ever kissed.
And, as the best man, you’ve never seen your best friend kiss anyone, until now. So, in a matter of a few sentences, we have been able to explain exactly why this best man couldn’t keep a straight face on his best friend’s big day.
Is That Nessy?
Is there really a better place for Scottish people to get married than in the heart of the enchanted Loch Ness? Traditionally, Scottish men wear the iconic kilt on this monumental occasion.
So when this couple got photobombed by the cutest of dolphins, their knee-jerk reaction was that the Loch Ness Monster was finally revealing herself after all these years. However, it was still nice to get such a warm surprise. It turns out that this couple actually got married at an aquarium in Edinburgh.
No matter how blurry some photobombs might be, you know exactly who is ruining the photo. Take this image, for example. Based on the blurry obstructor, we are certain that it’s a cat.
Apparently, the camera reminds her of a saucer of milk and she couldn’t help but lick the entire surface. Of course, the little furball is completely oblivious to the fact that her owners are tying the knot today. The newlyweds don’t seem to mind though.
All Aboard The Train!
Some photobombs are less traditional than others, like this one. When this young lady decided to walk down the aisle on her wedding day, her beloved dog Larry couldn’t stand the idea of sharing her with another man.
So sad to give away his owner, he held on as tight as possible, sitting down on her wedding dress train. Despite marveling at the cute situation, the bride-to-be knew that she wanted to marry this guy. Larry can’t speak, but he eventually understood.
Look Guys, No Hands!
These two newlyweds were so overwhelmed by the occasion that they couldn’t hear the pastor trying to get their attention.
Fully aware of where the camera was facing, the pastor jumped up on the altar and tried to create the illusion that he was balanced on the groom’s head! We know that some religious figures have every right to have fun as much as the next person, but the last person we want to make photobombs at our wedding is our minister!
I Need A Boyfriend…
When you are the maid of honor at your best friend’s wedding, you are most likely going to be the cause of a few photobombs.
It’s unavoidable, especially since you are going to be so close to the bride and groom on their big day. However, when the newlyweds are letting go at the reception and cutting the cake, you might want to move down a few seats to let them take some more intimate photos.
Take The Leap Of Faith
They say that committing to one person for the rest of your life is the ultimate leap of faith. However, if you apply the right amount of love, patience, and time to your relationship, it’s a leap of faith worth taking.
It’s funny then how some wedding guests can take inspirational speeches so seriously. After the pastor used this “leap of faith” trope during the ceremony, one guy took the speech literally and simply dove into the sea.
There are also some photobombs that have occurred at celebrity weddings. When Prince William and his wife Kate unveiled themselves to the public in their wedding attire, the people of England whipped out their phones and snapped away in awe.
At the same time, they ended up falling in love with the adorable little girl who was clearly annoyed by all of the noise and cheers of the crowd. She doesn’t care if it’s a royal wedding, she wants a quiet wedding!
Just when you thought that you could have a moment of privacy on your wedding day, one of the cameramen is there to interrupt your romantic kiss with your loved one! That’s not all though.
Not only was the cameraman so distracted by his own invasive ways. he also didn’t notice the weirdo sneaking up behind the bride and groom. Do you want to know the creepiest part though? He wasn’t even invited to the wedding. We’re talking about the cameraman…
Make Way, Coming Through!
Sometimes, photobombs are intentional, and sometimes, they’re not. And sometimes, you just can’t control yourself and a sudden urge hits you. You realize that you need to go to the bathroom and can’t hold it in any longer.
This sudden urge will make you do the most irrational things. These include running past two newlyweds who are having an organized photo while signing the guestbook. From here on out, this guy will be known as the crazy uncle who couldn’t hold it in.
Ok So Who Has The Ring?
Ever felt like you were being watched? Were you ever the main character of your own horror movie? Something is lurking in the shadows and you only realize where the creepy energy is coming from when it’s too late and BANG!
The ghost has got you. Well, what if that scenario ends up happening on your wedding day? What if you end up seeing the same Ring-like figure appearing in all of your wedding photos?
What do you do when you see a married couple having a romantic photoshoot on the street? That’s right, you stop whatever you’re doing and photobomb the darn thing. It doesn’t matter what you do, think of something quickly!
You could flex your muscles, do a cartwheel, “walk like an Egyptian,” do a backflip, moonwalk, do a pirouette, beat your chest, or do a star jump, like this guy. We don’t really care what you do. Just do it!
The Ultimate Wedding Crasher
Photobombs can come from the most unlikely sources. You might be enjoying your wedding, going out into the woods with your newlywed spouse and enjoying a romantic photo shoot. Nothing strange seemed to happen during the entire expedition.
Then, when everything is said and done, you receive that huge wedding photo album. And then you see it. “Look, Honey, guess who decided to crash the wedding and we never even knew about it,” the groom said. That’s right folks. A meerkat.
We Need Boundaries
Any healthy relationship has boundaries. You should always establish with your friends or loved ones when you are able and not able to talk. Also, you should know when is an acceptable time to pay your friends a visit.
Moreover, you should have a good idea of when to appear from behind that wall and say “hi” to the bride and groom. Apparently, this guy doesn’t understand boundaries and as a result, one of the most awkward photobombs on this list was formed.
Run For Your Lives!
Anyone who has seen the tossing of the bouquet at a wedding knows the symbolism behind it. Basically, whichever lady catches it could be the next woman to get married. At least, their chances are supposed to improve considerably.
However, the older lady who’s inadvertently photobombing this photo seems to be running a mile away from that bouquet. Our theory is that she once won the same tradition when she was younger. However, it only ended up bringing her bad luck in the love department…
“L” Is For Llama…
Ever heard of the story of the jealous llama who gatecrashed a wedding and photobombed the bride and groom while they were kissing? No, it’s not a common story that your parents would tell you.
This is mainly in part due to the fact that it ended with a violent boxing match between the South American creature and the groom. In the end, the llama won with a total knockout in the third round. The bride jumped on his back and rode off into the sunset.
Love & Hate In Perfect Harmony
There are times when a photo perfectly combines two polar opposites, creating a perfect balance. When these two newlyweds posed under their beautiful waterfront canopy, they had no idea that one of the most perfect photobombs was happening in plain sight.
You have to take your hat off to the guys in the background. Despite being in the middle of a heated dispute, they made sure to whisper their insults to one another, out of respect for the bride and groom.
The Ultimate Third Wheel
It’s easy to use the term “third wheel” when describing photobombs in wedding photos. However, one guy took the expression to a whole new level when he literally rode his bicycle through an organized wedding photo.
He was simply on his way to work and didn’t notice the group of wedding guests on one side of him and photographer on the other, before it was too late. The only thing left was a moment of sheer humiliation and a viral photo for the ages.
Time For The Honeymoo…
There are some photobombs that truly live up to the word, especially when it comes to the “bomb.” These special guest appearances in our wedding photo albums can have truly explosive consequences.
While some are so subtle, we never even knew they happened, others are impossible to ignore. Take this couple, for example, who literally had to jump out of the way when an angry cow charged towards them. Although the creature didn’t have horns, the couple is glad they dodged in time.
Odd One Out
It might not be one of the most traditional photobombs of all time. Nevertheless, we think it just about qualifies, especially since the photo was probably supposed to go a slightly different way.
By that, we mean that the little bridesmaid probably should’ve been looking at the other bridesmaids with the same cheeky grin. However, the actual end result was so much better. It’s as if the sudden realization hit her that she was very much the odd one out.
Make no mistake about it; Waldo is the guy that this bride is getting married to. Why on Earth would the classic character wear anything other than his traditional red and white stripes, even to his own wedding?
Also, it would violate Waldo regulations if he would try to pose with everyone else. When you’re Waldo, you need to remain as well-hidden as possible. However, Waldo seems to be a little rusty today as he was the first thing we saw in the photo…
They Didn’t See The Signs…
You know when the minister says “if anyone objects to this union, please speak now?” Well, it seems like someone got to the canopy a few hours before the ceremony and put a “STOP” sign behind for that very reason.
However, the subtle objection ended up being ignored by everyone in attendance, including the photographer. At the very least, the bride and groom should have seen this as some sort of warning sign that maybe they shouldn’t rush into this holy matrimony…
Let’s Get To The Bottom Of This
Some photobombs are unintentional. Instead, they are simply badly timed photos. So when such a phenomenon happens at one’s wedding, you can either cry tears of laughter or sadness. Either way, we hope it won’t ruin your wedding.
When this bride-to-be was having a private photo shoot before the ceremony, she was having a genuine moment of reflection. Eager to see how it looked on camera, only then did she notice the horror show that she had created.
The Best Female Villains of All Time
If there’s something everyone knows but doesn’t wish to accept, it’s that the villains are the more interesting characters of the story – and it gets even more exciting when the sinister character is a lady. Because let’s be honest, women do villainy better. With their shrewd tactics and sharp words, here are a few such incredible female villains that stole the show with their performance.
Elle Driver – Kill Bill
Kill Bill has some of the most powerful female villains of all time, and Elle Driver is just one of them. She goes by the name California Mountain Snake and is a member of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad.
From first looks, she seems sinister as she dons an eye-patch and carries a literal samurai sword. She was one of the people behind the wedding day tragedy and the one who pulled the trigger one last time on Beatrix.
Hela – Thor: Ragnarok
Hela is banished to Hell by her father Odin, and she remains there for centuries only to return with an unquenchable bloodlust. Thor’s sister is every bit the antithesis to his protagonist traits, and she does one great job at it. Hungry for power, she manages to conquer Asgard after sending her brother off, planning on re-establishing control.
When the people show disobedience, she executes them. To defeat her, Thor has to destroy her home. Any villain capable of crushing Thor’s hammer with one hand is definitely iconic.
Harley Quinn – Suicide Squad
Now, here’s a villain that would never need any other character to make a movie a hit- she can carry an entire movie on her shoulders. Joker’s lover and trusty accomplice in the DC Universe is every bit as malicious as the people wanted her to be.
She started off as a psychiatrist who was assigned to treat the Joker. However, things take an unexpected turn when she falls in love with him and promises to set him free. After a painful round of electrocution and a “rejuvenating” acid bath, she becomes Harley Quinn.
Regina Mills – Once Upon a Time
A human form of the Evil Queen, Regina Mills is one of the primary characters of Once Upon a Time. In the small town of Storybrooke, not every fairy tale character has the fortune of having their memory, but Regina does.
At the beginning of the series, she takes on the role of mayor and strikes fear in the hearts of citizens to get the position. She might look normal, but she’s the epitome of evil.
All Maleficent wanted was to be respected, but the kingdom just didn’t like her enough to invite her to their baby princess’s christening. What does Maleficent do? Conjure a curse so powerful that it leaves the king and queen in shatters.
In the live-action film, it’s portrayed a bit differently. Maleficent is seen to be in a romantic relationship with Stephan, who betrays her for a chance at the throne by cutting off her wings. The horned villainess smirks as she spins a destructive spell around the small Aurora.
Queen of Hearts – Alice in Wonderland
Their actions make villains scary, but what about a disturbingly large head? The Queen of Hearts is anything but what the sweet name suggests, and her favorite line “Off with their heads” will forever remain a big part of the history of Disney villains.
This she-devil has become an important part of different adaptations of the same Alice in Wonderland films, but nothing was as terrifying as her head inflating into a balloon in the live-action version.
Cersei Lannister – Game Of Thrones
The ultimate epitome of a psychotic, cold-blooded villainess, Cersei Lannister has become one of the most hated characters in all of silver screen history. In the very first episode, she is seen in an inappropriate relationship with her twin brother, Jaime.
Caught in the act by a small kid, Cersei doesn’t bat an eye when Bran is pushed off the tower to protect her secret. Cersei also took the lives of her husband’s kids in their infancy because she didn’t want any competition to the throne once he passed away.
Nurse Ratched – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
Her plans are never to heal you, as she hides something much darker within her soul – the description goes perfectly with Nurse Ratched of the 1975 drama titled One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. She looks like any other nurse but secretly tortures the patients at a mental hospital.
To make things worse, she’s the head nurse, which makes sure that she never gets caught. With one hand over the hospital, Ratched undoubtedly puts another over the success of the film which went on to win five Oscars.
Evanora – Oz the Great and Powerful
An iconic villainess in the truest form and living up to her name, the Wicked Witch of the East became the face of witches that came after her. She pulls every trick in her book to prevent Dorothy from reaching the Wizard, as not only did her house accidentally fall on the Wicked Witch’s sister’s house.
Dorothy however also obtained her sister’s red ruby slippers that the Witch had been eyeing. Her shrill voice, broom-as-a-carrier, and pointy hat became the OG witch design after 1939.
Madison Lee – Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
Madison Lee used to be an Angel, but she turned to the dark side after wishing to sell sensitive information to crime syndicates. The 2003 film saw one of the most talented Angels out of all that worked for Charlie. Madison was known to be a great fighter and even received a Nobel prize in astrophysics.
In one particular case, she goes off on her own, endangering her teammates’ lives as well as herself. She developed a striking ego that made her want to become a “God” rather than an Angel.
Agatha Trunchbull – Matilda
As far as ruthless school administrators are concerned, Miss Trunchull is as intimidating as they come. Although she’s the headmistress of Crunchem Hall Elementary, she hates children to the extent that she denies ever being one herself.
She physically berates the children and can also be seen literally throwing kids around, courtesy of her former Olympic shot putter life. She terrified kids into thinking that touching chocolate cake is an actual crime.
Bellatrix Lestrange – Harry Potter
Bellatrix Lestrange might have been a better villain than Lord Voldemort himself. There, we said it! Bellatrix had dedicated her entire life and pledged complete and everlasting allegiance to He Who Shall Not Be Named in the whimsical stories of Hogwarts.
Her “love” for Voldemort is so strong that she wouldn’t think twice before putting her life on the line for him. She’s sentenced to life in Azkaban for torturing Neville Longbottom’s parents to insanity, but she eventually finds her way out and reverts to her dark antics.
Amy Dunne – Gone Girl
On the list of movies that throw the audience down a confusing loop, Gone Girl would get a top spot. At the center of the movie, there’s the missing wife, Amy Dunne. Spoiler alert – you’ll soon realize that this manipulative woman is in fact pulling the strings the entire time.
The film based on the novel of the same name tells the story of a twisted woman who goes to unthinkable heights to frame her husband for being responsible for her passing away, and she doesn’t even reconsider harming herself for it.
Lady Tremaine – Cinderella
Every little kid who was terrified of their stepmom can perhaps root it back to Lady Tremaine. She marries Cinderella’s father and promises to handle the household afterward, but her intentions are completely opposite. After her husband passes away, she forces Cinderella to become a maid for her and her spoiled daughters.
Every time she attempts to do something, Lady Tremaine squashes it. She lets her daughters mercilessly rip apart Cinderella’s late mother’s dress – something we absolutely can’t forgive, ever.
Annie Wilkes – Misery
A disturbing case of “fans gone wild,” Annie Wilkes appears like any other superfan would – dedicated, passionate, and adoring of her favorite writer, Paul Sheldon. Paul creates romance novels revolving around a character called Misery.
By luck, Annie saves Paul after he gets into a terrible accident, but he soon learns that she isn’t the sweet girl she seems. After she gets to know that he plans to eliminate Misery in the next installment of the books, she tortures him to rewrite the part.
White Witch – The Chronicles of Narnia
The White Witch remains as one of the more complicated plotlines of The Chronicles of Narnia franchise. With shards of ice spiking from her head, which is considered the crown, the White Witch is as manipulative as she is vengeful.
She wishes to take the land of Narnia for herself, but the mighty Aslan stands in front of her. To get him to kneel before her, he tricks a teenage boy into thinking that she’s the well-wisher while the others are “freaks.”
Catherine Tramell – Basic Instinct
A titular femme fatale, Catherine Tramell sits cross-legged in her little white heels and sharp stilettoes as she pulls threads to satisfy her bloodlust. The malevolent, cold-hearted villainess became one of the cinema’s most memorable female characters with her sassy attitude and nonetheless killer intentions.
She either directly took the lives of people, or hired others to take them out. No matter what, she’s a bad character but a fashionable one at that.
Dolores Umbridge – Harry Potter
All the frills and pastels might fool anyone at first glance, but Dolores Umbridge would lose to Bellatrix Lestrange as one of the best villains of the Harry Potter franchise by a small margin. She enters Hogwarts as a Defence Against Dark Arts professor, and it seemed like she arrived at the school with a motive.
To become headmistress, Dolores leaves no stones unturned. If she doesn’t like a student, she makes sure to punish them ruthlessly while using her favorites to spy on the rest.
Alex Forrest – Fatal Attraction
Fatal Attraction does a splendid job in striking fear in anyone’s heart who ever even considered adultery in a relationship. The spurned lover, Alex Forrest, decides to destroy her former partner Michael Douglas and his wife after realizing she was simply a weekend fling for him.
Completely off the rails and with nothing to hold her back, Alex did upset a lot of feminists with the portrayal of a psychopath in the movie. Warning – after watching it, you may develop an inexplicable fear of bunnies.
Mystique – X-Men
Although she belongs to the evil side of the X-Men franchise, Mystique is an interesting character. Her mutant powers enable her to shape-shift into anyone she wishes. We saw the true depth of her powers when she transformed into Wolverine during the battle at the Statue of Liberty.
Despite not being able to copy his powers, which was a total giveaway, she still bought the gang valuable time. Her abilities truly shone when she impersonated a dead Senator to help the Brotherhood.
O-Ren Ishii – Kill Bill
Much like her choice of weapon, O-Ren Ishii is a double-ended sword, sharp and deadly enough to finish anyone in seconds. After her parents are brutally wiped out, she is orphaned at the age of 11 and starts training to become an assassin.
She climbs her way to the top of the ranks through her skills in an otherwise male-dominated Japanese crime syndicate going by the name Yakuza. The cold-blooded villainess does everything in her power to avenge her family’s passing away and won’t falter for a second.
Baroness – GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra
Catsuits just go seamlessly on iconic sensual, femme fatales, and that’s a fact. She is a lieutenant to Cobra and serves as his intelligence officer. With her cascading black locks, rimmed glasses, and the classic outfit, Baroness’s beauty can only be matched with her vindictive nature.
Alongside Destro and the Commander, she’s one of the members of the ruling Cobra Triumvirate. Her loyalty is thinly distributed between both men, but she wouldn’t flinch in playing them against each other.
Regina George – Mean Girls
“Evil takes a human form in Regina George,” said Janis. She wasn’t exactly wrong. The quintessential teen diva of many clichéd coming-of-age films, Regina takes everything one step further with her mind games and tricks. She’s extremely popular and rich, but she’s also much self-centered and vengeful.
She can be seen bullying Cady at the beginning of the movie, but as the story proceeds, she befriends her. This doesn’t stop her from wielding everyone’s insecurities as a tool to cause chaos. She’s that one villain we all love to hate.
Queen Ravenna – Snow White & The Huntsman
One more sinister version of the Evil Queen, Queen Ravenna freezes people with fear with her cold glances and ruthless orders. Draped in black like many other villainous characters, she is the tyrannical ruler that’s made the people of Tabor’s life a living hell.
Snow White is her stepdaughter that she never really liked. All hell breaks loose when the magic mirror concludes that Snow White is the “fairest of them all.” Out of jealousy, Ravenna plots to take her life to attain all her riches and eternal beauty.
Drusilla – Buffy the Vampire Slayer
The girlfriend of vampire Spike, Drusilla is deranged beyond limits. Spike may be feared for his actions, but Drusilla beats him in every aspect on the evil scale. As she kept on tormenting Angel and Buffy in California, it never seemed like she had a real plan.
It was as if this was all a game for her, which makes her even more terrifying. Weird, crazy psychotic games manifest in her as she eliminates an entire room filled with lawyers with a view to making LA a zone for demons.
Catwoman – Batman Returns
Even Hell can’t compare with a woman scorned. Catwoman started out as simply secretary Selina Kyle. Her boss attempts to take her life, and she somehow escapes, and melancholy and anger consume her. She takes on the alias of Catwoman with only one goal in mind-wiping her boss out.
Well, her reason isn’t that invalid, but it’s still wrong. The audience low-key loved it when she was successful in her attempts and justice was served in a cold-hearted, twisted kind of way.
Cruella de Vil – 101 Dalmatians
Disney has some unique villains, but none of them may have been as influential as Cruella de Vil. Although the film 101 Dalmatians was made for children, Cruella was definitely not a kid-friendly antagonist. She wanted to use the Dalmatian puppies for their hide to make herself a couture coat.
The writer of the original novel was clever enough in naming her as it’s literally a play on the words “cruel” and “evil.” The best part is, she never needed some sorcery of evil spells to create a reign of terror.
Esther – Orphan
The antagonist of the film Orphan is none other than a 9-year-old foster child going by the name Esther; except, she isn’t actually nine, but a 33-year-old psychopath called Leena Klammer. The reason for her youthful appearance is a pituitary disorder.
Frustrated by the weird phase where she’s neither a child nor a grown adult, Leena takes her anger out through violence – by manipulating and eliminating men. She even attempts to manipulate her foster father but fails and proceeds to take his life.
Miranda Priestly – The Devil Wears Prada
If there’s any villain on this list that deserves mass respect, it’s none else than Miranda Priestly. Donned from head-to-toe in some of the most stunning ensembles, Miranda is rumored to be loosely based on Vogue editor Anna Wintour.
If you think about it, she had all the reasons to be stuck-up and strict. She struggled tremendously to achieve her position, and she wasn’t going to be caught shaking for a moment. Nevertheless, her sheer disrespect to every living thing is slightly off-putting.
Xenia Onatopp – Goldeneye
She might be the most revolutionary Bond villain of all time – Xenia Onatopp may be fueled by her despicable urges, but she’s one diva when she’s at it. Before joining the Janus crime syndicate, Xenia was a fighter pilot in the Soviet Air force.
She’s ruthless and received gratification from taking people’s lives. Her sadistic thought process paired with the lack of remorse after taking lives make it safe to call her a sociopath.
Bonnie Parker – Bonnie and Clyde
Before the romanticizing of the famous criminal couple Bonnie and Clyde took over the world, Bonnie was a simple waitress. Falling in love with ex-convict Clyde turned her into the woman committing notorious bank robberies and other crimes.
The 1967 film transformed the otherwise plain-jane thief into a titular fashion icon with a closet full of nice knits, fancy berets, and neat scarves. Bonnie is seen to have a calm-mind while plotting everything from a small gas station robbery to some major heists.
Borg Queen – Star Trek: First Contact
Move over villains of Star Trek, Borg Queen has set new standards for the role. The Borg are viewed as a community, but the Queen is held in higher regard. She will do anything to make sure that her kind stays safe, which is what any good leader would do, but not at the cost of an entire universe!
In this particular film, she travels back in time and destroys the earth. The protagonists had their share of trouble trying to take her down.
Norma Bates – Psycho
For Norma, her son, Norman means everything and he’s at the center of her universe. This doesn’t pan out like you’d expect, and the son is left battling psychosis and develops an inability to retain a stable relationship with any female.
Throughout his life, his mother goes to horrendous lengths to prevent him from involving with a girl which drives Norman off the edge. At the tail end of the movie, he takes her life all because of her.
Emma Frost – X-Men: First Class
This female supervillain shines in her role. No, she literally shines! The diamond skinned Emma is an evil version of Charles Xavier and the right-hand person of Sebastian Shaw. Her goal is to begin a nuclear war between the Soviet Union and the United States.
Anyone left alive would be mutated, and then the mutants would take over the planet. She is resilient to psychic attacks, which makes her significantly more difficult to defeat. To stop her, Magneto has to strangle her with a metal pipe and break her diamond skin.
Kathryn Merteuil – Cruel Intentions
In front of Kathryn Merteuil, Anastasia and Drizella look like good sisters. Before Regina George was ever a thing, Kathyrn was the uncrowned queen of evil teenage temptresses. However, her heinousness was much more intense.
She uses her wealth and beauty to manipulate people for fun. The story gets extremely disturbing when she offers herself up on a weird bet with her step-brother. Kathyrn is a sadist character who is a horrible but prominent part of the movie.
Regan MacNeil – The Exorcist
Horror movies are discombobulating on their own, but add an innocent doe-eyed kid to the mix, and you have a recipe for a spine-chilling production. The possessed daughter, Regan is perhaps one of the most terrifying children to ever grace the silver screen.
Yes, she isn’t technically the villain as the demon does take over her body, but it’s still enough to give anyone nightmares. The demon named Pazuzu uses Regan’s body to terrorize her family, and when the mother brings in Father Karras to help, it also attacks him.
Tiffany – Bride of Chucky
You can’t talk about the scariest films of all time and not mention Bride of Chucky. The small doll wreaks havoc wherever he goes with that petrifying face of his. However, Tiffany, his ex-girlfriend before he got trapped in the doll, is one character that the fans loved, which is why she appeared in many more installments of the franchise.
She uses some weird voodoo to resurrect Chucky so they can go on to take one more life. Chucky subsequently traps her in a wedding doll.
Poison Ivy – Batman and Robin
After Catwoman, Poison Ivy is one of the greatest villains Batman ever faced off against – male and female combined. She is actually the sole redeeming character of the movie Batman and Robin.
This sinister temptress produces toxins that she then uses to intoxicate men, make them fall in love with her with just a kiss, and then have them do her bidding. Ivy debuted in the DC universe in 1966 and remains one of the best additions to the villain party.
Joan Crawford – Mommie Dearest
Joan Crawford single-handedly ruined the reputation of foster mothers all around the world. Crawford’s adopted daughter Christina pens a memoir in 1978 of the same title where she goes into details about how much of a tyrant she was, going around terrorizing her kids.
Though the story might have been exaggerated a bit, it’s still haunting how someone would ever be capable of doing things like that in real life. We can only hope there are never any more Joan Crawfords in the world.
Amanda Young – Saw
Amanda is the Jigsaw’s apprentice in the second installment of the Saw franchise. In that movie, she managed to survive Jigsaw’s trap and recovered from her long run of substance use. When he offered her to join him, she accepted and started off on her own twisted journey.
With every passing day, her mental health deteriorated, and she became increasingly dangerous. She failed the final test on how to save a life, as she wanted to do the opposite and had a bullet punched into her.